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Two Gardaí receive awards from Spain’s Guardia Civil

Two members of An Garda Síochána were awarded the ‘Merit Order Cross of the Guardia Civil’ in Mallorca, Spain for their work concerning organised crime. Among the honoured were  Detective…

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Police Uniforms from Around the World

When you travel around the world you discover that each nation has its own particular sense of fashion and style. You can see it in the highstreets and in the…

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Macron surrender to yellow vest protesters to cost €10bn

Tax relief and other fiscal measures announced by President Emmanuel Macron to try to calm nationwide protests will cost €8bn-€10bn, the French government has said. Prime Minister Edouard Philippe told…

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Two Nuns Stole $500K From Catholic School To Go Gambling In Vegas

Two nuns from a Southern Californian Catholic church are under suspicion of having embezzled school funding up to an amount of $500,000. Sister Mary Margaret Kreuper and Sister Lana Chang…

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Rudy Giuliani accuses Twitter of bias for hyperlinking text

Last week, Rudy Giuliani, one of President Trump’s lawyers, tweeted an attack on Robert Mueller’s ongoing Russia investigation, accusing the special counsel of timing his filing just as the president…

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The Tribe That Killed An American Missionary Are Deeply Hostile To Outsiders. This Is Why

A week has passed since US-born missionary John Allen Chau was killed with bow and arrows by an isolated community of hunter-gatherer people living on North Sentinel Island in the…

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Spelling of Bridge Name Finally Fixed After 50 Years

A New York City bridge is set to finally have the spelling of its name amended after it has been misspelt for more than 50 years. The Verrazzano-Narrows bridge which…

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Twitter Recommends All Users Change Their Passwords

Following the discovery of a bug that exposed user’s passwords to the risk of being stolen, Twitter has recommended that all users change their password, as well as changing their…

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Museum In France Discovers Over Half Of Its Collection Are Fakes

A museum in the south of France has made the shocking discovery that over half of its collection of paintings believed to be originals are fakes. The Étienne Terrus Museum…

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Over One Million Twitter Accounts Suspended For Promoting Terrorism

According to the latest Twitter Transparency Report, 1.2 million Twitter accounts have been suspended since August 2015 due to “promotion of terrorism”. The social media giant also said that between…

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Professor Stephen Hawking Passes Away Peacefully Aged 76

Tributes from across the world are being made in their droves to the late Stephen Hawking, aged 76, who passed away peacefully at his home in Cambridge earlier this morning….

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US Navy Destroyer To Be Named In Honour Of A Mayo Man Killed In Vietnam

The US Navy will name a new Navy destroyer ship in honour of Corporal Patrick “Bob” Gallagher from Mayo who was killed in Vietnam in 1967. New York Senator Charles…

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PAL-V’s First Flying Car Will Arrive In 2019

The first production-ready flying car dubbed as “one of the safest flying vehicles on the planet” by its maker PAL-V is set to be available to buy from 2019 onwards….

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SpaceX Launches World’s Most Powerful Rocket Into Orbit

The world’s most powerful rocket was launched into orbit from NASA’s Kennedy Space Centre, Florida, on Tuesday by Elon Musk’s SpaceX. Millions watched breathlessly as the Falcon Heavy rocket soared…

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Scientists Uncover Possible Cause of Aztec Epidemic In 16th Century Mexico

In 1545 disaster struck Mexico’s Aztec nation when people started coming down with high fevers, headaches and bleeding from the eyes, mouth and nose. Death generally followed in three or…

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Toronto police officer buys would-be shoplifter items needed for a job interview

A Toronto police officer has bought an apparent shoplifter the items the man was attempting to steal instead of arresting him – as he wanted them for a job interview….

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Eilis Hession wins European Kate Granger Award for Compassionate Care

Eilis Hession, Wife of Dun Laoghaire Branch Secretary, Eamon Hession and Manager of Services for Older People Lead, from Ireland, has been announced as the winner of the European Kate…

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Police dog wins top award for finding missing woman in sub-zero temperatures

A police dog in the North has won a prestigious award after finding a missing woman who was close to death in below freezing conditions. Four-year old police dog Jake,…

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Giant gold coin worth millions stolen from Berlin museum

Thieves have stolen a 100kg gold coin with a market value of close to €4 million in a dawn heist at Berlin’s Bode Museum. According to German media reports, the…

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Astronaut successfully harvests first batch of cabbage on the International Space Station

Astronauts have successfully grown cabbage on-board the International Space Station (ISS) – the fifth crop to be harvested on the ISS. NASA Astronaut, Peggy Whitson successfully managed to plant and…

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Is Apple Working on a Trump Contingency Plan?

Apple Inc. (AAPL) appears to be preparing for all scenarios when it comes to a Trump presidency. According to sources speaking to Japan’s Nikkei Asian Review, the tech giant has…

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‘We Couldn’t Believe Our Eyes’: A Lost World of Shipwrecks Is Found

Archaeologists have found more than 40 vessels in the Black Sea, some more than a millennium old, shedding light on early empires and trade routes. The medieval ship lay more…

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The spy who couldn’t spell: how the biggest heist in the history of US espionage was foiled

Ever since childhood, Brian Regan had been made to feel stupid because of his severe dyslexia. So he thought no one would suspect him of stealing secrets by Yudhijit Bhattacharjee…

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Inside The Strange, Paranoid World Of Julian Assange

On 29 November 2010, then US secretary of state Hillary Clinton stepped out in front of reporters to condemn the release of classified documents by WikiLeaks and five major news…

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